Nintendo has a knack for re-releasing games via DSiWare, don't they? Well, I have no problem with this one, because I'm a huge fan of Game & Watch games (but it kind of defeats the purpose of getting the Game & Watch Collection, doesn't it?). As one might expect, each one costs a cheap 200 Nintendo Points, but if you're looking to collect all of the games that Nintendo plans to make available, then expect to shell out quite a bit of money. The games that have been confirmed so far include:
- Ball - July 15th
- Flagman - July 15th
- Vermin - July 15th
- Judge - July 15th
- Helmet - July 29th
- Chef - July 29th (among my favorite G&W games)
- Donkey Kong Jr. - August
- Mario's Cement Factory - August
- Manhole - August
Take note I'm not really sure if the dates are for Japan, Am…
Nintendo has announced that they'll be splitting up the Nintendo DS game Electroplankton into six different games, each containing one of the modes from the original. The games have only been announced for Japan so far, and no English release has been confirmed. So far the announced games include:
- Electroplankton Trapy (out next week)
- Electroplankton Hanenbon (Hanebow) (out next week)
- Electroplankton Nanocarp (out next week)
- Electroplankton Tsuriga ne Mushi (Beatnes) (out next week)
- Electroplankton Rekku Rekku (Rec-Rec) (out July 22)
- Electroplankton Hikari no Wa (Lumiloop) (out July 22)
In the newest issue of Nintendo Power, Miyamoto, when asked about the upcoming The Legend of Zelda game for the Wii, tells the editors that the new game will not be that radically different from previous incarnations of Zelda. He also went on to explain that in Super Mario Galaxy 2, we shouldn't expect new powerups, but instead expect there to be a lot of special features for Yoshi (as we've already seen), and that there's an item that slows down time (as we've also already seen in the trailer). Finally when it comes to New Super Mario Bros., the characters confirmed for the game are the only ones in there (shucks), and have reconfirmed that the Koopa Kids will make a return as we've seen in the demos at E3.
Square Enix recently started a countdown on their Japanese website but literally no information was known on the game. Today, all of that changes. In the newest issue of Shonen Jump, Square Enix announced The Four Warriors of Light: A Final Fantasy Anecdote (note: this is just a translated name), a new traditional turn based role-playing game. Not much is known about the game at the moment, though it can be confirmed that when you change the equipment of your character, the change will be visible.
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